‘Force of Habit’ by Alice Loweecey

Giulia Falcone is not long out of the convent when she finds herself working as the office assistant for Frank Driscoll, an ex-cop turned private investigator.

He has a tricky case in which a jilted lover is stalking one of his friends. Who better to interview female suspects than Giulia? She would beg to differ, but off she goes, and so begins her investigating career.

She has problems of course. She’s trying to break free of her doubts about no longer being a nun and wants to experience a relationship with a man.

It doesn’t help that the client is a hunk. Then the stalker implicates her in the case and Frank gets angry — really angry.

Lucky for her a fingerprint points to the culprit in time for Giulia to be rescued from danger.

Spiced with witty repartee and a goofy sweet new office assistant, Sidney, this book makes for fun reading.

This is the first of the Falcone & Driscoll stories. I’ve also read the second book and really liked it. I’m hoping there will be many more.

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